I agree. We went canoeing down the Big Walnut Creek starting in SE Columbus a few years ago. I was amazed at the amount of trash in the water. People are CRAZY.
SIAP - But let's also not forget about JT that he owns the 7-game win streak over TTUN...
CUFM with 5 straight is next.
Here's a site for comparison to other teams:
Kind of fun to play with.
In our quest for perfection, we shall achieve excellence.
Especially just before the 4th, I think the similarity to the Star & Stripes makes people lean towards the first option (which did get my vote). I don't care for the g/9 thing either.
Kasper the friendly ghost?
"My body is a temple, and I shall worship there RELIGIOUSLY..."
You are correct....GOOD STUFF.
But remember the "He didn't turn his head to look for the ball; they'll call PI every time on that" Herbiesm from a couple years ago?
But remember the "He didn't turn his head to look for the ball; they'll call PI every time one that" Herbiesm from a couple years ago?
BIG stat...8 - 1 ... OSU penalties to PSU penalties.
After reading how few of next year's guys are from Ohio, I had to go with the first one...
A couple times in the article, it mentions 3rd perfect season...
I get 1944...what's the other?
One of many factors ... learning is key, but there are always a few with the attitude "I've made it to the top (& my millions)...I don't have to bust my A$$ anymore." Injuries, being in the right system for the player's skills, and things none of us have ever considered.
Google the Browns' owner, and read a little bit about him. Maybe he's messin' up the Browns to get a tax write off.
This will be good for recruiting, & with Powell & Marshall NOT getting drafted, good for retention as well. Teach 'em to at least talk things over with a coaching staff that loves 'em...
In that case, don't forget Jeremy Cash, who transferred out in '11 & went to Duke.
RE: "...business called the NFL."
Especially when you remember NFL stands for Not For Long. In 9 seasons in GB, he led the team in tackles five times...
...Marcus Hall will never be a forgotten name in Ohio...
I've seen Ephesians 6 summed up as Know thine enemy and his schemes...seems fitting here.
At this time, I'll only add that 2001 was JT's first year, not 2002.... (taken from Bucknuts or 24/7 sports)
* LB/DE/TE Redgie Arden, Ironton (Oh.)
* WR Angelo Chattams, Dayton (Oh.) Chaminade-Julienne
* OL Ryan Cook, Martinsville (Ind.)
* DB Dustin Fox, Canton (Oh.) GlenOak
* DE Simon Fraser, Upper Arlington (Oh.)
* WR Chris Gamble, Ft. Lauderdale (Fla.) Dillard
* DL Marcus Green, Louisville (Ky.) Male
* RB Maurice Hall, Columbus (Oh.) Brookhaven
* TE Ryan Hamby, Cincinnati (Oh.) Moeller
* K Mike Nugent, Centerville (Oh.)
* OL Adam Olds, Dublin (Oh.) Coffman
* RB JaJa Riley, San Diego (Calif.) Mission Bay
* RB Lydell Ross, Tampa (Fla.) Gaither
* FB Brandon Schnittker, Sandusky (Oh.) Perkins
* WR Chris Vance, Ft. Scott (Kan.) CC
Comments: New OSU head coach Jim Tressel did a fine job of picking up the pieces after being hired to replace John Cooper with just a few short weeks left in the recruiting season. The class was looking shaky in early January but wound up being rated in the top 20 nationally. Tressel was able to keep two players who were wavering -- All-American Dustin Fox and four-star receiver Angelo Chattams -- as well as add a handful of fine prospects in January in Gamble, Green, Hall, Nugent, and Ross. Ross in particular was viewed as a major out-of-state coup. The top players from this class ironically turned out to be two of the lesser-publicized players -- Gamble and Nugent. Fox lived up to his billing and Fraser, Green, Hall, Hamby, and Schnittker became either starters or solid contributors for the Buckeyes. Vance produced well in his first season but had a bit of a rough senior year both on and off the field. Arden was a very highly-rated prospect but battled a series of injury and off-the-field incidents at OSU. Cook and Riley transferred early in their careers while Olds was forced to give up his career due to injury. In Ohio, the Buckeyes lost defensive ends Pat Massey (Cleveland St. Ignatius) and Pierre Woods (Cleveland Glenville) to Michigan and prior commitment Brandon McKinney (Dayton C-J) to Michigan State, but Arden, Chattams, Fraser, Fox, and Hall were all viewed as top 10 players in the state.
Someone? We don't call 'em BSPiN for nothin' you know...
Bo may have been 5-4-1, but it was the first of those 5 that made him. That & his whining. Look at what happened to him from 72-75...
Hey now...let's not forget we have wrestlers going now too, the medal rounds are going...NATO won 3rd, and Bo Jordan will be coming up here shortly.